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Whimsical + Playful Malibu Wedding With a Ferris Wheel

As a little girl, this gorgeous Bride (who owns The Printed Palette with her handsome Groom) used to dress up in her aunt’s wedding dress and dream of her perfect day, which always included a ferris wheel and cotton candy. Years later her dream came true with help from Amorology, and as a result, we have so many pretty pictures from Acqua Photo to pin! From the jade green Weddington Way bridesmaids’ dresses (yes, that’s Tenley from “The Bachelor!”) to the Bride’s ruffly Lazaro gown for JLM Couture and the furniture from Pretty Vintage Rentals, everything about this day makes us smile. See it all here.

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From AmorologyWhen there is a Ferris wheel and a cute couple who happen to be the proud owners of The Printed Palette, we knew that we were in for a great wedding! This wedding brought out the essence of good ol’ fashion fun and a sweet side courtesy of Bon Puf cotton candy cart and countless other treats. We loved working with this darling couple and even got to spend time with one of our favorites; bridesmaid Tenley Molzahn, from The Bachelor. There were so many playful details of this wedding from lawn games and a Photo Booth, to lots of DIY details that we had such an amazing time styling. Beautiful blooms from Plenty of Petals brought the tables to life and fun printed place-mats from Paper Source added a touch of metallic to pair with the mid century wood tables from Circa Rentals. Acqua Photo was there to capture all of the best and touching moments!

From the beautiful Bride… Kurt and I were high school acquaintances who each had a significant other when we met. He tells me now that he always thought I was the prettiest girl in high school. We reconnected in January 2005 on Myspace. He lived in San Diego and I was “finding myself” in between my parents house in Redlands and my best friend’s dorm in Fullerton. I fearlessly invited him to hang out at my friends house one night and to Disneyland the next day. I asked him what his favorite dessert was and he told me “Apple Crisp” so I went and bought him one of those obnoxious candles in that very scent. When he arrived to my friend’s house that night, I immediately had butterflies and couldn’t get over how tall and handsome he was. After an hour or so, I handed him the candle and told him that I was only going to give it to him if I liked him. Without realizing it, I had spilled the beans about how I felt. He teases me about it to this day, but I know that’s what won him over.

We went to Disneyland the next day and that is when we started to fall in love. After about a year of an on-again-off-again long distance relationship, Kurt asked me to move to San Diego to help him run a new screen printing business he was dreaming up. Without hesitation and in what seemed like almost immediately, I was packing my bags. We spent another six years running our custom screen printing business and going back and forth from BF/GF to “just friends” all while living together and business partnering together. I know. The business we were in was a very hard business in our given economy and left us little room to be creative. At the beginning of 2012 I decided we needed a change. I started to sketch and design my own designs for clothing. Within minutes of realizing this was going somewhere I named our new business “The Printed Palette”. This business was a new beginning for not only us as individuals but for us as a couple. We finally started to leave the stress behind and give our relationship the attention and chance it deserved. And it worked this time!

Kurt surprised me with a trip to the California Redwoods. He took me on a hike up a national park called “Wedding Rock”. It was truly the most beautiful vision of redwoods and the ocean crashing against the coast. Kurt asked a man to take our photo and walked up to grab his phone back from him after he snapped it. Kurt isn’t a fan of asking people to take pictures, so I remember thinking, “Wow this must be a special occasion.” And then he asked for another one “just in case.”  As I promptly fixed my hair I leaned to pose with him and I looked over to find him on one knee. “I want to ask you to marry me?” After nearly ten years, you can imagine I was pretty emotional. And with happy tears in my eyes on the beautiful coast of California, I said YES!!!

We are a fun, flirty couple with a “two heads are better than one” dynamic. We own a Lifestyle Brand called The Printed Palette. We wanted our wedding to be a reflection of our brand and showcase our playful relationship. Together, we designed and created all of the wooden signs, lawn games, and send off flags. We wanted our wedding day to be filled with all the trimmings of a celebration: balloons, confetti, and tons of love! My aunt told me at the wedding that I used to dress up in her wedding gown and say, “One day I will have a ferris wheel and cotton candy at my wedding.” And ironically I had forgotten what the child in me had always known.

I was inspired by my two favorite colors, peach and sea foam blue, and then adding a pop of jade green to tie the whole wedding together—I loved how it turned out! One of my visions for this day was to have an arbor that we could repurpose into a Photo Booth backdrop. Kurt was able to turn my vision into a reality and brought this backdrop to life by screen printing “Best Day Ever” on one side which guests saw as they entered and “Happily Hummel” on the other side which guests saw as we exited down the aisle as newlyweds and it rained confetti! This was one of our favorite DIY projects.

Photography: Acqua Photo | Videography: Scotty Davis | Floral Design: Plenty Of Petals | Wedding Dress: Lazaro | Cake: Sweet And Saucy Shop | Invitations: Twinkle And Toast | Bride's Shoes: Badgley Mischka | Rings: Tacori | Rings: Verragio | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Weddington Way | Hair : Kelsey Fenner | Lighting : Pacific Event Lighting | Groom's Attire: J. Crew | Venue: Calamigos Ranch | Band/DJ: So-Cal Wedding Music | Cotton Candy Cart: Bon Puf | Event Coordination And Styling: Amorology | Event Design And Decor: The Printed Palette | Flower Girl Dress: Tutu Du Monde | Furniture Rentals: Pretty Vintage Rentals | Furniture Rentals: Circa Vintage {Rentals}

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Classic Black-Tie San Francisco Wedding With a Twist

Black-tie weddings run the risk of being stuffy, but this fun couple ensured their wedding at San Francisco’s James Leary Flood Mansion had a few twists to keep things fun. From the playful heart-shaped sunglasses to the whimsical animal figurine escort cards and the mood lighting from Got Light, this wedding was definitely fun. Enjoy it all thanks to stunning photos from onelove photography here.

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From the Bride… After living on the East Coast our whole lives, we moved to San Francisco in 2013 and quickly made it our home. When we got engaged, we thought it a great idea to share our new home with those closest to us, so we decided to get married on the West Coast. With so many beautiful venue choices in the Bay Area, we searched for a while before finding the perfect, classic San Francisco spot. We had always thought our wedding would be casual, but when we first viewed the James Leary Flood Mansion, we realized that we were going to be having a much more formal affair than originally intended! We fell in love with the vintage glamour and elegance of the space, but we wanted to add our own touches to avoid any possible stuffiness that a black tie wedding might involve. We chose purposely less formal table settings and flowers, and we added some personal touches—our signature cocktails were simply a Corona with lime and a glass of Prosecco—so our guests would feel more like they were joining us for a big family dinner.

We both love animals and talk constantly about when kind of pet(s) we should get in the future, so when I came across the idea to create miniature gold animal place card holders, I knew it had to be done! I loved spending time creating the tiny holders leading up to the wedding and we adore how they turned out! Two especially meaningful animals (our college mascots) adorned the top of our cake.

We adored our flowers. Cathy Cowman from The Bud Stop understood our vision completely. The Dogwood blooms in the center of the tables and around the room held a special meaning: Dogwood is the state flower of Virginia, where Ricky and I first met.

The entire weekend felt like a dream- it was everything we hoped for and more. Some highlights include having friends and family from across the country visit us in our new hometown, a more than hilarious and just plain crazy ceremony experience (our priest got the groom’s name wrong, among other things!), and coming down the stairs at the Flood Mansion after being announced for the first time. We felt such love and gratefulness to see the faces of the most important people in our lives!

In the midst of making (what feels like) a hundred thousand decisions, remember to prioritize. What matters most to YOU as a couple should come first. Everything else can probably wait. Also, work with a coordinator!

Photography: onelove photography | Floral Design: The Bud Stop | Wedding Dress: Sarah Seven | Cake: Susie Cakes | Ceremony Venue: St. Vincent De Paul Church | Reception Venue: James Leary Flood Mansion | Bride's Shoes: Kate Spade | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Amsale | Catering: Melons Catering | Hair: Blo Blow Dry Bar | Lighting: Got Light | Groom's Attire: Tailor's Keep | Groom's Shoes: Stubbs & Wootton | Officiant: Rev. Linh Nguyen | Bride's Accessories: BHLDN | Event Coordination: Erin Armstrong

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Romantic Summer Wedding at Calamigos Ranch

Do you know one of my favorite things to do at weddings? Keep my eyes on the groom as his beautiful bride walks down that aisle. Everyone else is watching the lovely lady but if you take a peek back, the expression on the groom’s face can be absolutely amazing. Case in point, this rustic and romantic celebration, where this adorable groom was full of emotion, captured completely by Koman Photography. Just a heads up; you’re about to fall madly in love with one darling duo.

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From Koman Photography… We loved every minute of having Esther and Andy in front of our cameras! They are such sweet people and we’ll never forget Andy’s reaction to seeing Esther for the first time as a bride – he started crying even before seeing her! Their wedding was full of joyful and unforgettable moments!

From the Bride… As cliche as it may sound, our wedding day was the BEST day of our lives! As the bride, if could, I would re-live it over and over again – yes, even the planning!

Andy and I made sure to always bring the planning process back to us and not lose sight on what was important to us. This made it easy. I actually went to Malibu Cafe for brunch several years ago (B.A. – Before Andy) and just fell in love with the place. The moment Andy and I got engaged, we booked our one and only appointment with Calamigos to look at the venues and decided right then and there, Cottage and Pavilion was it. Andy’s a fun romantic so the string lights and lush greenery pretty much did it for him. The wonderful thing about this place is that it’s naturally so beautiful there’s no need to dress it up with florals and drapes. Andy and I wanted to keep it classic, simple, and romantic. We chose colors like blush and cream that would keep the feeling light and added some navy and metallic pieces for a touch of elegance.

Next was looking for photographers. Our first meeting was with Koman Photography – Andy and I just knew they would be perfect to capture our day – one and done! And yes, the same happened with booking our coordinator! Our wedding cake was made by Andy’s long time friend, Danielle Keane, who has made me delicious birthday cakes and Valentine treats over the years so deciding on the wedding cake was a no brainer really! This theme pretty much carried throughout the whole planning process with officiant, florals, DJ, photo booth etc. We really got lucky!

I knew exactly what I wanted the wedding to be so I took on some DIY projects with close friends and family – invitations, seating chart, place cards, table numbers – it was a DIY party and I loved every moment of it. I have the biggest sweet tooth so a candy bar was a must and I filled it with some of our favorite treats – sour candies and chocolates! We also made sure to incorporate a paebaek – a traditional Korean tea ceremony – which was one of the highlights for us since it was something so important to both of our parents. My dress fittings were also one of my favorite experiences. I had Shin Bu design and make a custom made dress. As I went to each fitting seeing the dress come together literally from scratch was awesome. After many fittings and alterations, I had my dream dress and it was exactly what I had envisioned.

The wedding came together perfectly and it was beyond what we could have ever imagined. Having all of our family and close friends in one place sharing our special moment – it’s just such an incredible feeling. Andy and I find ourselves re-living the wedding day through Marlene and John’s photos ALL THE TIME – it’s pretty crazy!

Photography: Koman Photography | Floral Design: City Flowers | Wedding Dress: Shin Bu Bridal | Wedding Cake: Sheila Mae | Wedding Invitations: DIY By Bride | Bride's Shoes: Badgley Mischka | Bridesmaids' Dresses: J.Crew | Hair And Makeup: Atelier By Tiffany | Groom's Attire: Al Weiss | Groomsmen's Attire: Al Weiss | Wedding Venue: Calamigos Ranch | Event Coordination: Frankly Weddings | Flower Crowns: City Flowers | Photo Booth: Blank Booth | Rentals: Circa Vintage {Rentals}

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Palos Verdes Engagement Session

It’s safe to say the day Nia Sanchez was not only crowned Miss USA, but also proposed to by her soon-to-be hubby will forever be remembered as one of her best days ever. Topped only, perhaps, by the day she gets to say I do. And after seeing  their stunning engagement session from Zoom Theory planned by Cake And Punch, I’m already chomping at the bit to see them say I do. 


From The Bride…Our love story started just over two years ago. We met in church at a Good Friday service where Daniel was greeting people at the door, we instantly clicked and on my way out, I made a point to say goodbye to the “cute guy at the door”.

One week later we had our first date hiking on a mountain and frozen yogurt to follow. A few days later we went to dinner and after that we knew we were meant to be. Daniel and I knew just a few months in that we wanted to get married, but first I wanted to compete in “one last pageant”. Little did we know that one would lead to three more and another year and a half years.

Daniel was my number one fan, my coach and support all the way! After winning Miss Nevada USA, and Miss USA Daniel proposed. The proposal was the most romantic thing anyone could have ever imagined. I was living in New York as Miss USA and Daniel was in LA. While I had a weekend with my girlfriends planned, he secretly flew to New York, prepared and decorated a roof top terrace at the Nomad hotel. The terrace was decorated to a T with fairy lights, lanterns, balloons, candles, flowers and roses. My friends told me that we were going to a roof top dinner. Little did I know that my life was going to change forever that night. That night we decided that forever was the choice we wanted to make together!

After I placed 1st runner up at the Miss Universe pageant, we were finally able to move forward with wedding plans. We chose our wedding planners, Cake and Punch, and started with the planning process! One of the first things we did was get engagement photos by Zoom Photography. They were the best!! We are so in love, and she captured that perfectly! We loved every second working with Meredith! Her talent and direction made it so comfortable and easy to shoot with her!! Thank you Zoom Theory for capturing our love on that beautiful day!

From Cake And PunchNia and Daniel’s love is beautiful and effortless just like these engagement photos. Meredith from Zoom Theory did such a great job capturing the many sides of their love story. This sweet couple definitely lives life to the fullest and enjoys every second of it, while always embracing their thoughtful, romantic, and softer side with each other. Nia will be crowning the next Miss USA this July 12th but something tells us that this will not be the last crown she will wear ;). Their engagement has been a dream and their wedding day is sure to be just the beginning of their beautiful fairytale. We cannot wait for their big day in October!

Photography: Zoom Theory | Event Planning: Cake And Punch | Venue: Palos Verdes

Abby Capalbo

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Dreaming in a Lavender Field Wedding Inspiration

Do you dream of lavender fields? I know I sure do, and after scrolling through this gallery, I’m certain you will too. With Sally Pinera and Oak And The Owl behind the vision, it’s an inspo bursting with elegant details, lush blooms, and lots of lovely light. It’s pretty with a purpose and you can soak up the entire scene right over here!

From Oak And The Owl… Using the lavender fields at Highland Springs Resort as a springboard of inspiration, Sally and I came up with a natural and romantic shoot in a palette of dusty purples and burnished golds. The stunning gown paired with the delicate gold headpiece worked perfectly with the tonal floral arrangements and tabletop. Keeping with the natural, yet elegant aesthetic, we brought in the perfect vintage rentals with frayed silk, exposed tufting knots, and beautifully worn woods. Tying all the details together were the incredibly beautiful hand painted botanical drawings for our day of paper-goods suite. Highland Springs Resort is such a wonderful venue for outdoor weddings. There are so many little nooks to utilize for different parts of your wedding, and they all have a wild, yet contained, outdoors feel for that effortless wedding!

Photography: Sally Pinera | Wedding Gown: Samuelle Couture | Calligraphy: Wildfield Paper Co. | Venue: Highland Springs Resort | Coordination, Design And Florals: Oak And The Owl | Female Model: Erica Thaleaborg | Film Lab: Goodman Film Lab | Garden Roses: Ellarose Farm | Headpiece: Erica Elizabeth | Linens: La Tavola | MUAH: 10.11 Makeup | Male Model: Nathan Sneller | Table Top: Dish Wish | Vintage Rentals: Adore Folklore

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The Kitchy Kitchen’s Romantic + Rustic Spring Wedding

Claire Thomas, the force behind The Kitchy Kitchen, may shine when basting and baking, but after obsessing over her wedding pics by Max and Friends, it’s pretty obvious that she has some planning talents up her sleeves as well. From the fab food (of course!) to Moon Canyon Design’s florals and romantic rentals from Yeah! Rentals, every piece of the party sparkled. Lucky us, we not only get this gorgeous glimpse into her special day but hop on over to SMP Living for a fav summer recipe as well!

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From the beautiful Bride…For us, we wanted our wedding to feel like the best intimate dinner party my guests had ever been to, the kind of dinner party where you all of a sudden come out of your wine and food induced haze and can’t believe it’s gotten so late. We needed to lock down the caterer first, find fabulous photographers, but then create a space where amazing photos would happen. This means we needed a venue that had beautiful light and character. But because I wanted to spend more of the budget on food, high quality photographers, and details like the table settings and flowers, I needed to find a venue that was already “photo ready.” I also found lower budget places to add intimate details, like creating DIY cocktail kits as the favors, where I hand sourced every vintage glass, designed the bottles and coasters, and even made the smoked orange bitters; or designing the invitations myself; or designing all of the paper elements myself as well. I worked with the florist to extend her past just bouquets and centerpieces to do flower cones and special floral moments – it made her bid a bit more expensive, but it was cheaper than spending in rentals or bringing in an additional vendor.

A little about Craig and I… In a small seminar class in college, I started explaining the thesis of a paper I had written that week and noticed Craig’s ears perk up from across the room. He asked me if I wanted to write papers with him and that’s what started their long, unrequited courtship. Craig had a big, really poorly hidden crush on me, and I was completely intimidated by him, and both of us were too cowardly to do anything about it. Six years and a few relationships later, Craig and I reconnected.  One day he came over at about 2 pm to catch up, and then that turned into dinner and a movie, and then talking until 2 am, then their first kiss, and then on their fifth date he accidentally told me he wanted to marry me. Eighteen months later, I said yes.

When it came to wedding planning, Kate and Ellen were a god send! My sister and I were getting married four months apart, and I was in charge of finding wedding planners that could work for both of us. My favorite thing about Beau and Arrow is that not only are they design oriented, but they’re buttoned up. They understand your vision rather than applying their own, but you also know all of the paper work is getting done.

Finding a venue in Los Angeles was so challenging. Every place required you to use their caterer and/or required we shut everything down by 10. We’re not party animals by any stretch, but that just wouldn’t work. I ended up looking at filming locations as possible venues, and my planners and I stumbled onto Hummingbird Nest Ranch at the same time. The property is huge, and the first time we visited I thought, “this is WAY too much,” but then I saw the little hacienda. There’s an adorable home, covered in bougainvillea, that’s original to the property, and it felt like we in a private villa. That’s the vibe we wanted, and it was perfect.

My parents had a photographer friend set up a portrait studio at their wedding, and the photos they got from the experience were gorgeous. Trying to create a portrait studio during the era of photo booths was a challenge, and trying to explain what we were going for was a challenge. Foxes and Wolves immediately zeroed in with our Irving Penn references, and captured gorgeous moments. No props, no contrivance, just fun, unexpected moments captured beautifully.

The day we got engaged, Craig and I immediately thought about asking Jason to cater it. Jason Neroni is a buddy of mine, and is my favorite chef. His approach is rooted in amazing technique, but the food is always unpretentious, joyous, and most importantly – delicious. I was so nervous about asking him, but he thankfully said yes. We sat down and I gave him some ideas and references for the menu, but I wanted him to have fun with it. For me, I wanted to reference some of the dishes Craig and I grew up with in California (like Cocos Frescos we would get on street corners), our favorite ingredients (Burrata – it’s a must, right?), and some of our favorite meals we had by Jason (his pasta and porchetta are ridiculous, the carbonara is a thing of beauty).

Kristin has been one of my favorite florists for years. She has an amazing eye and will pull in elements you never expected. I had initially envisioned more citrus notes and poppies, but because my wedding was at the start of spring, Kristin turned toward a softer palette. The result was like a Roccoco painting come to life. It was so romantic. There were so many details she tackled: the petal cones, my favorite moment with her was asking for a wall hanging in the shape of a laurel crown for the table chart, and she just went with it. It’s probably my favorite detail from the entire wedding.

Laura is a dear friend of mine, and we had the best time figuring out the look for the tables. I knew I wanted the tables to be in a U formation, to encourage a “dinner party” vibe, and to do a mix of gilding, depression glass, and candlesticks – but beyond that I didn’t have any details locked in. Laura was hunting for plates and came across a set she felt were perfect for the wedding: white ceramic with blue accents, very rustic Italian. Mixed in with the more refined glassware, it gave the tables a “thrown together” ease.

My family are epic bakers, and my aunt Tina is the best. For the wedding cakes, I wanted to feature Craig and my families’ cakes. Tina baked her buttermilk mango layer cake and her crackle cake; one of my best girlfriends, Laurel from Sweet Laurel Bakery, baked Devil’s food cake with Marshmallow frosting and Craig’s Mom’s pecan pie; and I baked a few recipes of brownies with a tart crust.

You can’t have a wedding without wine, and I turned to my friends at Club W for the best. They went above and beyond. They used the invitations I had designed as inspiration for the wine labels, and luckily I nabbed a few bottles as keepsakes. They recently launched a new sparkling wine, Oh Snap, which is perfect for a champagne toast.

I wanted a dress with an old world feel to it – sleeves, delicate details, a feminine shape – but that was surprisingly hard to find among the more modern designers. I came across Ersa while shopping with my mom at L’Fay Bridal in New York, and I fell in love with the line.

We didn’t really start a “ring hunt,” it sort of happened upon us. I was scrolling through the Erie Basin site, like you do, and all of a sudden I started noticing the engagement rings. I found myself gravitating towards a few, and sitting there on the couch, drinking whiskey in sweatpants, Craig and I decided to get one. Russell, the owner of Erie Basin, was so sweet and accommodating, sending us a few rings to try out. I fell in love with a deco ring with just a teaspoon of emerald, but the shape didn’t work for me. Then I found a ring with the perfect shape, but I couldn’t shake my love for the emerald. Craig scurried off, and dozens of emails with Russell later, he had my perfect franken-ring: a petite, art deco ring with just a little bit of emerald.

My sister Amanda is the designer behind Luv AJ, and recently started working with fine jewelry. I didn’t know exactly what I wanted, but I loved the delicate stacked ring look she rocks, so she designed two wedding bands – one for each hand. They can be switched around and give the look an eclectic feel. She also designed the bands I had made for my bridal party, each with a tiny pearl.

Craig is so passionate about music, so that was his top priority. We turned to my cousin, Ryan, who’s a vinyl DJ to handle the first set. He played Latin boogaloo, lots of soul, and was the best MC. Our friend Fran, who’s the drummer in Young the Giant, sang a cover of Hang With Me by Robyn with the OC Strings backing him.

Caffe Luxxe is our favorite local coffee shop, and we knew our guests would need a little pick me up after dinner, so the decision was easy. Gary, the owner, hand-made cappuccinos for the bridal party while we were getting ready; it was amazing.

When thinking about what kind of wedding favor we wanted to give guests, a few ideas began to form. 1) We wanted it to be personal 2) It can’t be lame swag (Craig is a consultant and has EVERY possible trinket you can emblazon with a corporate logo clinking around his junk drawers) 3) It can’t be so personal that it’s lame.

Here’s the thing, no one needs anything with your initials monogrammed on it, unless they happen to share those same initials. Everyone is super happy about your wedding, but they don’t need a framed photo of you to remind them of it. How do you say “Thank You” and make it a little bit about you (it is your wedding, after all), but not too much about you?

Craig and my solution was our perfect old fashioned kit.  It’s a combination of so many things we love, and the recipient ends up with a delicious cocktail and a cute tumbler. 

Photography: Luke And Katherine From Max And Friends | Videography: Wade Koch, Shark Pig | Event Planning: Beau & Arrow Events | Floral Design: Moon Canyon Design | Wedding Dress: Ersa | Cake: Sweet Laurel Bakery | Invitations: Claire Thomas | Rings: Erie Basin | Rings: LuvAJ | Catering: Jason Neroni | Hair And Makeup: Sunnie Brook | Calligraphy: Katt Qian | Wedding Venue: Hummingbird Nest Ranch | Coffee: Cafe Luxxe | Eyelashes: D'lashes | Music: OC Strings | Portrait Studio: Foxes & Wolves | Rentals: Yeah! Rentals | Tabletop Rentals: Dish Wish Events

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